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Technology In Archaeology - 2010, South Carolina Institute Of Archaeology And Anthropology--University Of South Carolina Oct 2010

Technology In Archaeology - 2010, South Carolina Institute Of Archaeology And Anthropology--University Of South Carolina

Archaeology Month Posters

This poster was released in conjunction with South Carolina Archaeology Month, October 2010.


The Camden Battlefield, 1996-2010: A Short History Of A Long Project, James B. Legg Aug 2010

The Camden Battlefield, 1996-2010: A Short History Of A Long Project, James B. Legg

Faculty & Staff Publications

No abstract provided.


Results From The 2009 Tar River Geoarchaeological Survey, Christopher R. Moore, I. Randolph Daniel Jr. Aug 2010

Results From The 2009 Tar River Geoarchaeological Survey, Christopher R. Moore, I. Randolph Daniel Jr.

Faculty & Staff Publications

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Squatters Budgeree: Pipes For The Australian Market Recovered At The Homestead Of A Free Black Family In Sussex County, New Jersey, Megan E. Springate Mar 2010

Squatters Budgeree: Pipes For The Australian Market Recovered At The Homestead Of A Free Black Family In Sussex County, New Jersey, Megan E. Springate

Megan E. Springate

An archaeological data recovery was recently completed by Richard Grubb & Associates, Inc. at the Cooper-Mann House site (28-Sx-399), owned from 1862 through 1909 by a single free African-American family in Sussex Borough (formerly known as Deckertown), Sussex County, New Jersey. These excavations were done in advance of a New Jersey Department of Transportation project to realign State Route 23 through the area; the Cooper-Mann House site was considered significant for its long association with the Mann family. Excavations were conducted in 1999 around the exterior of the house, and in 2008, in the building's interior prior to demolition (Richard Grubb & Associates 2001, 2010a). Among the artifacts recovered were two white clay stem fragments from Squatters Budgeree pipes – a design manufactured in England and perhaps in Scotland specifically for the Australian market. No other examples of these smoking pipes are known on sites outside of Australia, New Zealand, and a manufacturing site ...


Carolina Bay Volunteer Research Program, Christopher R. Moore, Mark J. Brooks, Andrew H. Ivester, Terry Ferguson Feb 2010

Carolina Bay Volunteer Research Program, Christopher R. Moore, Mark J. Brooks, Andrew H. Ivester, Terry Ferguson

Faculty & Staff Publications

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Stone Quarries And Sourcing In The South Carolina Slate Belt, Christopher R. Moore Feb 2010

Stone Quarries And Sourcing In The South Carolina Slate Belt, Christopher R. Moore

Faculty & Staff Publications

No abstract provided.